After taking a few weeks off, we are back to discuss a stylish indie thriller that has been getting universal praise from critics world-wide. The terror in David Robert Mitchell’s It Follows comes courtesy of a shape-shifting figure visible only to the victims it stalks, but what does it all mean? Does the demon symbolize suburban fears of crime-ridden Detroit? Is it a metaphor for the unforeseen consequences of underage sex? Or maybe, It Follows is about the fear of growing up? And what exactly happens if the victim participates in an orgy? Joining us is guest Josh Slater-Williams.
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